House will open up money laundering inquiry latest vanguard news , into Trump-Russia ties, says key Democrat.
WASHINGTON. A key Democrat on the House intelligence committee said the panel plans to start the new session ,
contending that there is already “probable cause” to believe his business was complicit in money laundering, from Russia dating back to the early 2000s.
“We will open up a money-laundering inquiry as to whether the Russians were laundering money through the Trump organization,
Said Rep Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., a member of both the House intelligence and judiciary committees,
Swalwell has represented California’s 15th congressional district in eastern Alameda County and central Contra Costa counties.
To the south and east of Oakland, and he says he is seriously considering a run for president in 2020 ,
Trump Organization and Deutsche Bank, a major lender to Trump, to voluntarily turn over records — and then move to subpoenas, if there is not full compliance.
White House resistance and even litigation over the basis for the subpoenas. “As far as how many years back does it go we know that you have evidence in the early 2000s of … Trump properties being purchased by Russians .
Trump interest in Russia and the Russia interest in Trump does go back decades. From my perspective,
Swalwell distanced himself and the aim of the Intelligence Committee from the views of freshman Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib,
“And what I want to do on the Judiciary and Intelligence Committee with chairman Schiff and Nadler is to give Donald Trump a fairer investigation than he probably deserves, because at the end of the day .